Projects

Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance is the UK’s only conservatoire of music and contemporary dance education. We also offer opportunities for schools, children and young people to engage in music and dance through exciting and high quality participation programmes, activities and events throughout the year.
Trinity Laban's music Learning & Participation team will work in partnership with Ark Evelyn Grace Academy over the next 2 years to research how cultural organisations can work in partnership with schools to support young people living in challenging circumstances to progress in their music making outside of school. 

Young DaDa Ensemble is the expansion of a successful pilot project to deliver accessible music-based activities to 70 young people in Liverpool over a period of two years. It will present progression routes for aspiring musicians, provide musical role models and help affect organisational change.
 
 

The Brightest Boldest Brass Band in Tameside this Summer!

HERE NOW. THERE NEXT. 

Sound and Music is once again on the look out for the next generation of musical creators, sound generators and future composers aged 14 - 18. Join us for a life changing, unique week of experimentation, collaboration, learning, creating and socialising.  

This is your opportunity – your journey starts here!  

APPLICATIONS TO THE SAM SUMMER SCHOOL 2016 ARE NOW OPEN!

31 JULY  - 6 AUGUST 2016 

Deadline: Application deadline noon Thursday 31 March 

Unity aims to engage Looked After Children in the Great Yarmouth area in music making, in order that they may develop their resilience to the challenging circumstances they face, increase their participation in positive group activities, increase their wellbeing, and feel less isolated.

Through the Music Maze will share and extend BCMG's practice supporting children composing, through online resources; film documentation; action research; and develop models for future CPD

Imagine Compose will support beginner instrumentalists composing and improvising, through workshops, CPD, web resources, supported by a new generation of composer-educators and instrumental teachers.

Songlines is a music and drama project giving young people aged 10-14 from both disadvantaged backgrounds and those with Asperger's Syndrome/High Functioning ASD a creative experience that will develop their self-confidence, self-esteem, and communication skills; develop integration and understanding between the groups; and raise awareness of autism.

A dynamic new vocal ensemble for young people from Cornwall, Plymouth and Bristol. Tutored by top class vocal leaders, with exciting new repertoire, Rudling Voices will perform across the South West. This is a legacy for Gilly Rudling, who cared deeply and helped many young people access music making opportunities.

Build relationships between parents and the nursery, establishing regular open sessions, freeplay with instruments, co-operative music, singing games and music, songs and voices with storytelling. Leading to more improvisational music-making and developing confidence of practitioners to facilitate, support, extend and initiate music-making activities which weave through the key areas of the EYFS.

Music-making activities for children and young people, their visitors and staff at children's hospitals and children's wards in hospitals across the East Midlands. Training provided for healthcare staff and for musicians wishing to develop their practice in this field. Sharing and development of music in healthcare practice.

Through a series of interactive group workshops and orchestral performances, this project will introduce KS1 pupils in Tower Hamlets to high quality live classical music, in a fun, interactive way. INSET sessions and the provision of resources will enable teachers to use new musical material in their own classrooms.

This project will fill a gap in the offering of high quality musical experiences and performances to Key Stage 1 children in the London Boroughs of Tower Hamlets and Harrow and to improve the skills and confidence of teachers to undertake more musical activities with classes.